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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Commission on Environment and Energy held its first meeting in the MENA region from 5-6 November in Abu Dhabi.
How can a business ensure sustainability right across its global value chain, from research and development, through to resourcing, production and the recycling of waste?
The International Chamber of Commerce Qatar (ICC Qatar) launched the ICC Green Economy Roadmap and the ICC Qatar Energy and Environment Commission on Monday during a seminar jointly hosted by ICC Qatar and Qatar Green Building Council (QGBC).
An ICC-led side event at last week’s United Nations Framework Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC) in Bonn brought together leading experts to deliberate financial and economic instruments that can be used for environmental policy-making.
Members of the ICC Commission on Environment and Energy and representatives of large corporations, greenhouse gas market solutions providers, asset managers and government discussed new trends in green financing and investment during the Carbon Expo which took place in Barcelona on 31 May.
ICC’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Louise Kantrow, participated on 6 March as a distinguished panellist in the first session of United Nations Industrial Development Organization’s (UNIDO).
A group of business representatives from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has joined the first session of the Inter-governmental Panel on Biodiversity and Eco-System Services (IPBES) taking place in Bonn, Germany from 21-26 January, hosted by the Government of Germany.
On the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha, representatives from business, UN, government and other stakeholder groups engaged in discussions on the role of fiscal instruments in environmental policy-making.
Global business has a strong presence at the 18th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Doha, Qatar and hopes that additional momentum will be created to move forward on a new global climate deal.